Pure perfume oils
Perfumes are often composed of essential oils to which sometimes synthetic ingredients have been added in order to achieve the right scent.
Which scents are available in perfume oil?
Fruit scents are not available in essential oils except for citrus scents. In addition, some floral and resin scents in an essential oil are almost priceless, making them often available in perfume oil scents. That is why more than 90 types of pure perfumes are available. All pure perfumes can be mixed together to create wonderful fragrance combinations.
Usage tips for pure perfume oil in the sauna
The reason you use pure perfume in the sauna is because if you dose it correctly, the pure scents work more economically as a pouring agent because you simply need less. But then you have to maintain the correct dosage for every odor. A disadvantage of this is that dosing takes more time and knowledge of the product. So pay attention to the quantities indicated on the bottles. This is the reason that we use odor strengths for all scents where odor strength 1 is the lowest and odor strength 6 is the highest.
Use perfume oil:
- to pour into the sauna
- to drip on an aroma stone
- only a few drops are needed in the water from an aroma burner
- you can put a few drops in your own perfume if you want to give this perfume a different twist (only do this if you are sure that it will be delicious)
- make perfume alcohol 96% your own perfume by adding 20 - 25% pure perfume to 100 ml perfume alcohol 96% (this can still give stains so keep this in mind)